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Jean Lorrain – Collection

LORRAIN, Jean Large collection of some 85 books and magazines by and about Jean Lorrain. 58 early books (from 1882 to 1957) and 19 more recent ones, including 4 translations (into Dutch and English). Plus 2 old books that mention Lorrain sidedish-wise, and 5 fin de siècle magazines.
* Jean Lorrain (1855-1906), a symbolist writer turned decadentistic, presenting himself as a ‘dandy of the mire’, catering gothic novelettes, but also chronicles of contemporary life, full of slurs and slander to the sensation-hungry reader. A great stylist, a master of masks who tampered with drugs, who died as a syphilitic and drug addict. Lorrain’s doting mother lived on for another 20 years, providing material to his Eckermann, the author Georges Normandy who was able to enhance Lorrain’s reputation as an author in the 20’s and 30’s. Never quite forgotten, there was a Lorrain revival in the carefree Sixties and the studious Eighties, fostering many publications also included in this collection.
This is an arsenal of 44 different titles with 14 reprints and differring duplicates, comprising 5 books with a lengthy handwritten dedication by Jean Lorrain, 3 with inserted letters by him and 2 with autograph poems; his first three titles, nice original illustrated wrappers, some fantastically illustrated books and several books and other publications about Lorrain. This collection, measuring two shelves, is a grandiose addition for any Lorrain specialist or library. € 3950

 

1. LORRAIN, Jean 20 femmes. Orné de nombreuses illustrations photographiques d’après nature. Paris, Librairie Nilsson-Lamm, (1900). Collection La Voie Merveilleuse. Original illustrated wrappers. 160 p. Photographical illustrations. First edition. A little wear.

2. LORRAIN, Jean L’Aryenne. Paris, Librairie Ollendorf, 1907. Original illustrated wrappers (design Antoon van Welie). 292 p. Title page missing.
* Novel.

3. LORRAIN, Jean ‘Celle qui fait les gares’. In: Almanach de la Vie de Paris 1903. Paris, La Vie de Paris, [1902?]. 15 x 13 cm. With cutout cover showing two promising ladies and a bunch of joyful old men. 64 p. Printed in blue and brown. Illustrated with pictures of oh-la-la women. First edition. Upper cover rebacked, a little wear.
* Very delicate, joyful little book, with short stories (several by René Maizeroy), mottos and jokes.

4. LORRAIN, Jean Le crime des riches. Paris, Pierre Douville, 1905. Original illustrated wrappers. 320 p.
* The cover illustration, a tiny woman with nude breasts, sitting on the knees of an old man, for the second edition was to be replaced by a slightly less offensive picture: a courtisane tending to a monkey in man’s clothing.

5. LORRAIN, Jean La dame Turque. Illustré par la photographie d’après nature. Paris, Librairie Nilsson-Lamm, (1898). Collection La Voie Merveilleuse. Rebound in leather-backed boards. 144 p. Photographical illustrations, partly in colors. First edition.

6. LORRAIN, Jean Dans l’oratoire. Paris, C. Dalou, 1888. Original decorated wrappers. (4), 216 p. Uncut. Édition originale. A little wear. Fine bookplate of Jean Pary (with adonis, skeleton and a frog with asses’ ears). A few small notes in pen and pencil.
* Short pieces about various subjects. Rare first edition.

7. LORRAIN, Jean Du Temps que les Bêtes parlaient. Portraits littéraires et mondains. Préface de Paul Adam. Paris, Éditions du Courrier Français, [1911]. Original decorated wrappers. (14), 272 p. Uncut. First edition. A little wear. A few tiny notes in pencil.
* On the cover is a picture of Lorrain posing as a troubadour. A.o. about Sarah Bernhardt, Gustave Moreau, Péladan, Huysmans and Régnier.

8. LORRAIN, Jean L’École des Vieilles Femmes Paris, Librairie Ollendorf, 1905. Original wrappers. (8), 310 p. First edition. A little wear.
* Novel. First edition after 10 on Hollande.

9. LORRAIN, Jean L’École des Vieilles Femmes. Roman. Paris, Albin Michel, about 1925. Original yellow wrappers. Reprint.

10. LORRAIN, Jean Ellen. [Followed by:] Trains de luxe. Paris, Pierre Douville, 1906. Rebound in leather-backed boards. (4), 316 p.

11. LORRAIN, Jean Fards et poisons. Paris, Librairie Ollendorf, 1903. Original illustrated wrappers. (6), 328 p. First edition. A bit slanted. Cover a bit worn. Paper browned.
* With handwritten dedication by the author, name of the dedicatee erased, but it ends with ‘pff’. Dated ‘Juin 1904’. Nice sinister art-nouveau wrappers by Maignien.

12. LORRAIN, Jean Une femme par jour. Femmes d’été. Illustrations de Mittis. Paris, Librairie Borel, Directeur É. Guillaume, [1897]. Series Lotus Bleu. 13,5 x 6,5 cm. Blue cloth-backed marbled boards with blue corners. (6), 218 p. First edition.

13. LORRAIN, Jean Femmes de 1900. Préface de Paul Morand. Notes et commentaires de Pierre-Léon Gauthier. Paris, Éditions de la Madeleine, 1932. Boards. (2), XII, 250 p. Uncut. First edition.

14. LORRAIN, Jean La forèt bleue. Avec un dessin d’après Sandro Botticelli. Paris, Alphonse Lemerre, 1882. Original wrappers. 168 p. Uncut. With reproduction in rotogravure of the painting ‘Primavera’ by Botticelli. Second edition. Very good copy.
* Poems. The second published work of Lorrain, who was 26 at the time.

15. LORRAIN, Jean Hélie, garçon d’hôtel. Paris, Libraire Ollendorf, 1908. Original illustrated wrappers (design Lucien Guy). (4), 258 p. 7th edition.
* Novel.

16. LORRAIN, Jean Heures d’Afrique. Paris, Bibliothèque-Charpentier, 1899. Original yellow wrappers. (4), 354 p. Uncut. First edition. Backstrip ‘tired’.

17. LORRAIN, Jean Histoires de masques. Illustrations d’après des dessins de Renefer. Paris, Modern-Bibliothèque Arthème Fayard, 1905? 24 x 17 cm. Rebound in leather-backed marbled boards with leather corners. (2), 94 p. Original wrappers bound in. Illustrated edition.
* Contains a number of short stories, i.a. ‘Récit d’un buveur d’éther – Un crime inconnu’ and ‘Les trous du masque’, ‘Manuscrits d’un neurasthenique’ and ‘Madame Dumersan’. Nice blue-green binding.

18. LORRAIN, Jean Lettres à ma mère (1864-1906). Introduction documentaire de Georges Normandy. Paris, Éditions Excelsior. 1926. Original blue wrappers. (50), 194 p. Illustrated with a frontispice picture and several small drawings. With a folding genealogical tree (torn). Printed in 711 numbered copies. First edition (‘Édition Princeps’ on the cover). A little foxing.
* With three original newspaper clippings about Lorrain’s mother, probably all from 1926. Jean Lorrain had strong ties with his mother, Pauline Mulat (1833-1926) and wrote extensive and amusing letters to her, some illustrated. This is one of 500 numbered copies on Alfa Lafuma paper.

19. LORRAIN, Jean Loreley. Illustrations de Calbet, Marold et Mittis. Paris, Librairie Borel, 1897. Series Lotus Alba. 14 x 7 cm. Rebound in leather-backed boards, original wrappers retained. 64 p. Top gilt. With a suite of 4 extratext illustrations at the beginning of the book. Throughout illustrated in colors. Printed on thick and stiff art paper.
* A dainty little book with delicious illustrations. Nice deluxe binding identical with that of Princesse d’Italie.

20. LORRAIN, Jean Ma petite ville. Le miracle de Bretagne. Un veuvage d’amour. Illustrations à l’aquarelle de Manuel Orazi, gravées à l’eau-forte par Frédéric Massé et imprimées sur couleurs. Vignettes décoratives de Léon Rudnicki. Paris, Société Française d’éditions d’art, L.-Henry May, éditeur, 1898. 25 x 18 cm. Morocco-backed marbled boards with ample corners. Spine richly gilt. Original wrappers, richly gilt in art nouveau (L. Rudnicki) retained. (4), 52 p. Top gilt. Color engravings by Massé after Manuel Orazi, hand-colored by M. Saudé. Printed in 300 numbered copies. First edition. Binding a little discolored.
* This is one of 250 copies on vélin à la cuve de Rives. Fine deluxe book with a splendid binding. Inserted is a handwritten letter (part of) by Lorrain (7 lines), dated ’23 Juillet, Fécamp’ and mentioning authors Georges Ohnet and Xavier de Montépin. Fantastic ensemble!

21. LORRAIN, Jean Madame Monpalou. Paris, Ollendorf, 1907. Rebound in leather-backed boards. (2), 314 p. 12e édition.
* Novel.

22. LORRAIN, Jean Madame Monpalou. Paris, Albin Michel, (about 1925). Original yellow wrappers. 320 p. 14e édition.

23. LORRAIN, Jean La Maison Philibert Paris, Librairie Universelle, 1904. Rebound in leather-backed boards. (4), 332 p. With numerous illustrations by George Bottini (16 in colours).First edition. Cover partly worn, bookblock also.

24. LORRAIN, Jean La Maison Philibert. Paris, Albin Michel. 1932. Series Supercollection. Original illustrated wrappers. 256 p. Uncut. Reprint.
* Cover drawing of a cigar-smoking man by Fr. Clérice. Not illustrated.

25. LORRAIN, Jean La Maison Philibert. Paris, Albin Michel. 1932. Original wrappers. 256 p. Uncut. Reprint. Sellotape on the spine. Two owner’s names on first page, a.o. of Dutch author Adriaan von Litzroth (1953-1999), who was very fond of Lorrain.
* Cover not illustrated.

26. LORRAIN, Jean La Maison Philibert. Illustrations de George Bottini. Paris, Albin Michel. 1926? Original wrappers, illustrated on both sides and on the backstrip! (4), 332 p. Reprint.
* Nice cover with a woman looking out through a crack in a pair of shutters.

27. LORRAIN, Jean Modernités. Paris, Nouvelle Librarie Parisienne E. Giraud & Co., 1885. Original wrappers. (8), 124 p. On better paper. 2e édition.
* Lorrain’s third volume of poetry, with handwritten dedication: ‘À Monsieur Henry/ Bergne/ hommage/ Jean Lorrain’.

28. LORRAIN, Jean Monsieur de Bougrelon. (With 46 drawings by W.J. Rozendaal). Utrecht, Stichting De Roos, 1957. Original cloth. 84 p. Binding and typography W.J. Rozendaal. Printed on Zerkall-Bütten in 175 numbered copies. Decorative binding a little foxed and bent.
* Leeflang 40.

29. LORRAIN, Jean Monsieur de Bougrelon. Dessins gravés par A. Brodovitch. Paris, Henri Jonquières, 1928. Les Beaux Romans. Original wrappers. (4), 180 p. Uncut. Printed in 1150 numbered copies.
* This is one of 1050 copies on vélin de Rives. With attractive wood engravings.

30. LORRAIN, Jean Monsieur de Bougrelon. Illustrations de Marold et Mittis. Paris, Librairie Borel, Directeur É. Guillaume, [1897]. Series Lotus Bleu. 13,5 x 6,5 cm. Original wrappers. (10), 240 p. Printed in 100 numbered copies. First edition. Cover worn.
* This is one of 50 copies on Japanese paper (nr. 9), with rubber stamp of Édouard Guillaume.

31. LORRAIN, Jean Monsieur de Bougrelon. La dame Turque. Sonyeuse. Paris, Librairie Ollendorf, 1903. Original decorated cloth. 340 p. Third edition. Cloth a bit wrinkled.
* Nice art nouveau cover decoration.

32. LORRAIN, Jean Monsieur de Phocas. Astarté. Paris, Librairie Ollendorf, 1901. Rebound in leather-backed marbled boards. (6), 414 p. Top gilt. Second edition.
* Fascinating cover bound in, designed by Geo. Dupuis, and dated 1903.

33. LORRAIN, Jean Monsieur de Phocas. Astarté. Bois gravés par Chapront.
Paris, G. & A. Mornay, 1922. Original decorated wrappers. (8), 312 p. Printed in colors in 1042 numbered copies.
* Exemplaire de tête, one of 42 copies on Imperial Japanese paper, a splendid book illustrated by Henry Chapront (1876-1965), the Symbolist artist.

34. LORRAIN, Jean Narkiss. Dessins de O.D.V. Guillonnet, gravés par X. Lesueur, préface de J. Doucet.
Paris, Édition du Monument, 1908. 20,5 x 17 cm. Cloth-backed marbled boards with title ticket. (74) p. Printed in gold, green and black in 300 numbered copies. Original upper wrapper retained. Illustrated with heliogravures in green on chine. All pages with a gilt frame of Egyptian style. First edition.
* This is one of 225 copies on vélin à la cuve des papeteries d’Arches. Motto: ‘Conte pour mon ami Lalique’. And it’s a work of luxurious book art worthy of René Lalique.

35. LORRAIN, Jean Pelléastres. Le Poison de la Littérature. Crimes de Montmartre et d’ailleurs. – Une Aventure. Introduction de Georges Normandy Paris, Méricant, [1910]. Original decorated wrappers. 288 p. Uncut. First edition.
* Intriguing cover design by Rapeno: green-faced Medusa eyeing you furiously, with copper-coloured tresses printed on dark paper. In this book, only published after his death, Lorrain ridicules Jacques d’Adelswärd-Fersen.

36. LORRAIN, Jean Portraits littéraires et mondains. Avec 14 eaux-fortes de Renefer. Paris, Éditions Baudinière, 1926. Original wrappers (4), 236 p. Uncut. Printed in 516 numbered copies. The text is a reprint of Du Temps que les Bêtes parlaient (1911), third part.
* This is one of 450 copies on Arches.

37. LORRAIN, Jean Poussières de Paris. Paris, Fayard, (about 1905). Rebound in cloth-backed marbled boards. (4), 332 p. Reprint.
* Short pieces in the form of a diary. Attractive red binding.

38. LORRAIN, Jean Poussières de Paris. (Inscribed). Paris, Ollendorf, 1902. Rebound in leather-backed marbled boards. Top gilt. (4), 384 p. Uncut. Printed in 516 numbered copies. The text is a reprint of Du Temps que les Bêtes parlaient (1911), third part.
* Short pieces in the form of a diary. With handwritten dedication on the first page: ‘à Gheusi/ son futur collaborateur/ et son ami/ Jean Lorrain’. And with 3 tipped-in manuscripts by Lorrain, mentioning Catulle Mendès and Sarah Bernardt.

39. LORRAIN, Jean Princesse d’Italie. Illustrations de M. Orazi. Paris, Librairie Borel, 1898. Series Lotus Alba. 14 x 7 cm. Rebound in leather-backed boards, original wrappers retained. (20), 88 p. Top gilt. Illustrated in red and blue. Printed on thick and stiff art paper.
* A dainty little book with delicious illustrations. Nice deluxe binding identical with that of Loreley.

40. LORRAIN, Jean Princesses d’ivoire et d’ivresse. Paris, Librairie Ollendorf, 1902. Leather-backed boards. (4), 266 p. 5th edition. With the initials of former owner H. de N[euville].
* Nice red binding.

41. LORRAIN, Jean Quelques lettres curieuses et inédites présentées par J.F. Louis Merlet. Paris, Henry Goulet, 1925. Original wrappers. 54 p. First edition.

42. LORRAIN, Jean Le sang des Dieux. Avec dis bois dessinés et gravés par Émile Alder. Paris, Édouard-Joseph, 1920. Series Petites Curiosités Littéraires. Original wrappers. 168 p. Uncut. Printed in red and black in 1000 numbered copies.
* This is one of 900 copies on vergé. Poetry.

43. LORRAIN, Jean Le sang des Dieux. Avec un dessin d’après Gustave Moreau. Paris, Alphonse Lemerre, 1882. Morocco-backed marbled boards, spine gilt. Marbled endpapers. 154 p. Top gilt. Printed in 525 numbered copies. First edition.
* This is one of 500 copies on papier vélin teinté. The first book by Jean Lorrain, inscribed by him to Francisque Klein, dated ’83’.

44. LORRAIN, Jean Le sang des Dieux. Avec un dessin d’après Gustave Moreau. Paris, Alphonse Lemerre, 1882. Morocco-backed marbled boards with large corners, spine with five ribs, richly gilt, in a matching slipcase, signed R. Laurent. Marbled endpapers. Original wrappers retained. 154 p. Top gilt. Printed in 525 numbered copies. First edition.
* With a 3-page poem, ‘Élévation’, handwritten by Lorrain on his own writing paper, marked in red ‘Divina belluis’, bound in before the halftitle. It is dated ‘Fécamp, Mars 83’. The first book by Jean Lorrain, according to an inscription ‘offert par l’auteur/ août 1896./ J. Gayot’. This is one of 500 copies on papier vélin teinté. Exquisite deluxe binding.

45. LORRAIN, Jean Sensations et souvenirs. Paris, Bibliothèque-Charpentier, 1895. Original yellow wrappers. (4), 322 p. Uncut. First edition. Backstrip a bit worn.
* Contains 9 ‘Contes d’un buveur d’ether’.

46. LORRAIN, Jean Sensualité amoureuse. Paris, (Librairie Nilsson), (1901). Collection La Voie Merveilleuse. Rebound in modern boards. 164, (12) p. Photographical illustrations. Reprint of the first part of Buveurs d’âmes (1893). Name of a former owner on halftitle.

47. LORRAIN, Jean Sonyeuse. Soirs de Paris – Soirs de province. Paris, Bibliothèque-Charpentier, 1891. Original wrappers. (4), 292 p. First edition. Tiny corner from first page missing.

48. LORRAIN, Jean Théâtre. (Brocéliande- Yanthis – La mandragore – Ennoïa). Paris, Librairie Ollendorf, 1906. Leather-backed marbled boards with 5 ribs. Original smooth and very white printed wrappers retained. (4), IV, 304 p. With a portrait of the author by Ch. Gerschel in photogravure, as a frontispice. First edition. Corners worn.
* Nice binding.

49. LORRAIN, Jean Très Russe. Paris, E. Giraud et Cie., 1886. Cloth-backed boards. 322 p. First edition. Browned and used.

50. LORRAIN, Jean Le Treteau. Roman de moeurs théatrales et littéraires. Paris, Jean Bosc, 1906. Original decorated wrappers (design Manuel Orazi). (4), 420 p. Uncut. First edition. Cover a bit damaged.

51. LORRAIN, Jean Le Treteau. Roman de moeurs théatrales et littéraires. Paris, Jean Bosc, 1906. Leather-backed marbled boards, spine richly gilt (signed Terquem). (4), 416 p. First edition. Corners slightly worn.

52. LORRAIN, Jean Le vice errant. Coins de Byzance. Paris, Albin Michel. 1926? Original wrappers. (4), 368 p. Reprint, 25e édition.

53. LORRAIN, Jean Le vice errant. Coins de Byzance. Paris, Librairie Ollendorf, 1902. Calf-backed marbled boards with 5 ribs. Original wrappers (des. Vincent Lorant) retained. (8), 368 p. First edition.
* Rare with the fantastic cover design, printed in gilt and colors, extremely art-nouveau.

54. LORRAIN, Jean Le vice errant. Les Noronsoff. Bois originaux de Georges Bruyer. Paris, Librairie Ollendorf, (1922). Original wrappers. (4), 290 p. Printed in 1000 numbered copies.
* This is one of 200 copies on Hollande.

55. LORRAIN, Jean Villa Mauresque. Roman. Avertissement documentaire de Georges Normandy: Guy de Maupassant rivale de Jean Lorrain. Illustrations de Michel Ciry. Paris, Le Livre Moderne Illustré, 1942. Original decorated wrappers. 160 p. Published before under the title Très Russe.

56. LORRAIN, Jean La ville empoisonnée. Pall-Mall Paris. Préface de Georges Normandy. Deux portraits et six pages en fac-simile de lettres de l’auteur. Paris, Jean Crès, 1936. Original wrappers. 342 p. Uncut. 1e édition. Tiny brown spots on insided wrappers, setting off from tape.
* Novel.

57. LORRAIN, Jean Voyages. Première édition rehaussée de bois en couleurs et compositions de A. Deslignières. Paris, Edouard-Joseph, 1921. Collection L’Édition Originale Illustrée. Original folding wrappers. 294 p. Uncut. Printed in 1185 numbered copies. First edition. Initials of a former owner, H. de Neuville, on the first page. Inserted is a review from a newspaper.
* This is one of 1000 copies on vélin pur fil. Enjoyable reports from the beaches of France, from Brussels, Germany, North-Africa, Spain and Italy.

58. LORRAIN, Jean Yanthis. Comédie en quatre actes, en vers. (Inscribed). Paris, G. Charpentier & E. Fasquelle, 1894. Leather-backed marbled boards with 5 ribs and large corners. Original wrappers retained. (4), 68 p. Uncut (deckle edges). Printed on handmade paper, watermarked ‘1894’. First edition. Spine a bit discolored.
* With author’s 4-line handwritten dedication on halftitle, the dedicatee not mentioned, but possibly one of the actors: ‘à vous, mon cher ami,/ cette Yanthis un peu devenu votre’. In the book there’s no mention of copies on special paper.

59. (LORRAIN, Jean) Two issues of the weekly Gil Blas with stories by Lorrain and a first page illustration by Steinlen. Paris, Gil Blas, 1893 (Nr. 22, May 28) & 1894 (Nr. 22, June 3). 41 x 28 cm. Without wrappers, as issued. 8 p. each. A bit worn, the first issue creased.
* ‘Groseille à maquereaux’ and ‘Les yeux du mort’, two short stories. Very delicate loose issues of this illustrated magazine, each with several more full page illustrations.

60. (LORRAIN, Jean) Two issues of the weekly L’Assiette au Beurre, each with a caricature of Jean Lorrain. Paris, L’Assiette au Beurre, 1901 (Nr. 27, October 3) & 1903 (Nr. 101, March 7). 32 x 25 cm. Without wrappers, as issued. 12 and 16 p. A bit worn and browned.
* 1. Jean Lorrain as one of the authors in ‘Les “tumaslu” by Ernest La Jeunesse, together with Louys, Rostand, Barrès and others.
2. Jean Lorrain on the front page of ‘Les Académisables’ by Camara, with poems by Dominique Bonnaud, followed by Catulle Mendès, Richepin, Hermant, Barrès, Willy and others.
Very delicate loose issues of this fine illustrated magazine, with full page lithographical illustrations on all pages. Both issues make fun of Lorrain’s androgynous habits.

61. (LORRAIN, Jean) Le Courrier Français. Special issue about Jean Lorrain. March 18, 1911. Paris, Le Courrier Français, 1911. 40 x 30 cm. Original illustrated wrappers. 24 p. Very good copy.
* This large format magazine has been fully dedicated to Jean Lorrain, with stories and poems by him, specially illustrated. Many photos and other pictures, and various memoirs.

62. (LORRAIN, Jean). GAUBERT, Ernest Jean Lorrain. Biographie critique. Illustré d’un portrait-frontispice et d’un autographe, suivie d’opinions et d’une bibliographie. Paris, E. Sansot, 1905. Series Les célébrités d’aujourd’hui. Original wrappers. (2), 64, (8) p. With a portrait. First edition. Stamps of the ‘Société des Conférences Populaires de Dampremy’, otherwise a nice copy on laid paper.
* Critical biography with extensive bibliography.

63. (LORRAIN, Jean). NORMANDY, Georges Jean Lorrain intime. Nombreux documents inédits. Paris, Albin Michel, (1928). 25 x 20 cm. Orange leather-backed boards (5 ribs, original wrappers retained). (12), 260 p. Illustrated. Printed in 330 numbered copies. First edition. Excellent condition.
* With handwritten dedication by the author to ‘Monsieur Viaud-Bruant/ poète, philosophe et magicien’ with the date ’12 novembre 1937′. Gabriel Viaud-Bruant (1865-1948), from Poitiers, was a poet, horticulteur and art collector. This is one of 300 copies on vergé d’Arches, a fine large book with attractive binding.

64. (LORRAIN, Jean). NORMANDY, Georges Jean Lorrain. Paris, Rasmussen, (1927). Original wrappers. 192 p. Illustrated. First edition. A bit worn.

65. (LORRAIN, Jean). NORMANDY, Georges Jean Lorrain. Biographie critique. 20 portraits et documents hors-texte. Paris, Vald. Rasmussen – Collections Louis-Michaud, 1927. Series La vie anecdotique et pittoresque des grands écrivains. Original wrappers. 192 p. First edition. Good copy of a delicate work.

66. (LORRAIN, Jean). UZANNE, Octave Jean Lorrain. L’artiste – l’ami. Souvenirs intimes – lettres inédites. Paris, Les amis d’Édouard, 1913. Original folding wrappers. (4), 72 p. Printed in only 80 numbered copies. First edition. Excellent copy.
* This is copy nr. 54 with the written name of Fernand Vandeiem, signed ‘Édouard’ by the publisher.

67. (-85.) (LORRAIN, Jean). Collection of 19 recent books by and about Lorrain (a.0. biographies), published in 1960-2000.

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